Herman Melville’s Fejee Mermaid, or A Confidence Man at the Lyceum

@article{Hutchins2014HermanMF,
  title={Herman Melville’s Fejee Mermaid, or A Confidence Man at the Lyceum},
  author={Zachary Mcleod Hutchins},
  journal={ESQ: A Journal of the American Renaissance},
  year={2014},
  volume={60},
  pages={109 - 75}
}
  • Z. Hutchins
  • Published 2014
  • History
  • ESQ: A Journal of the American Renaissance
14 Citations
Afterword“New,” “Old,” and “With”
Billy Budd: Pessimism for Post-Critique
Introduction: Melville Studies, Old and New
Melville after Secularism
Melville and His Flowers
Melville and the Conceits of Theory
Melville,Mardi, and Materialism
Melville’s Style
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